posted on Jun, 19 2013 @ 12:02 AM
Freemasonry claims to be superior to Christianity.
"Freemasonry is not Christianity, nor a substitute for it. It does not meddle with sectarian creeds or doctrines, but teaches fundamental religious
truth." - Albert G. Mackey
Even worse, Freemasons consider the theology and Biblical doctrines as being "theological barnacles".
"Drop the theological barnacles from the religion of Jesus, as taught by Him, and by the Essenes and Gnostics of the first centuries, and it becomes
Masonry, Masonry in its purity, derived as it is from the old Hebrew Kaballa as a part of the great universal religion of the remotest antiquity." J.
All the "Secrets" of the symbols of Masonry have their roots in Kaballah, an ancient Judaic form of mysticism and magic.
"All truly dogmatic religions have issued from the Kaballah and return to it; everything scientific and grand in the religious dreams of all the
Illuminati, Jacob Boeheme, Swedenborg, Saint Martin, and others, is borrowed from the Kabalah; all Masonic associations owe to it their Secrets and
their Symbols." - Albert Pike
Oaths are important in Freemasonry, yet we're taught:
But I tell you, don't take an oath at all: either by heaven, because it is God's throne; (Matthew 5:34)
What's truly disturbing about a professing Christian being involved in Freemasonry is that, by being a Freemason, you are yolking yourselves with
unbelievers. There aren't just Christian Freemasons. There are Muslim masons, Hindu masons, Buddhist masons, Jewish masons. For all we know, there
are Satanist masons. And guess what? You're tying yourselves together, all of you, regardless of whether you worship the one true God or a false
Do not be mismatched with unbelievers. For what partnership is there between righteousness and lawlessness? Or what fellowship does light have with
darkness? What agreement does Christ have with Belial? Or what does a believer have in common with an unbeliever? (2 Corinthians 6:14-15)
You have also promised others to not only, under penalty of death, reveal any secrets of Freemasonry, but if any other mason does so, you are to "cut
his throat from ear to ear" and "bury his body at the bottom of some lake or pond" and that "all this must be done in secret". This is "your
obligation". Not only that, but if any minister prays in the name of Christ in your lodge, the same must be done to him if that is called for.
"When a brother reveals any of our great secrets; whenever, for instance, he tells anything about Boaz, or Tubalcain, or Jachin, or that awful
Mah-hah-bone, or even whenever a minister prays in the name of Christ in any of our assemblies, you must always hold yourself in readiness, if called
upon, to cut his throat from ear to ear, pull out his tongue by the roots, and bury his body at the bottom of some lake or pond. Of course, all this
must be done in secret, as it was in the case of that notorious man Morgan, for both law and civilization are opposed to such barbarous crimes, but
then, you know you must live up to your obligation, and so long as you have sworn to do it, by being very strict and obedient in the matter, you'll
be free from sin." Edmond Ronayne
Now. You can say that these are just some sort of metaphorical mumbo jumbo that you only take in stride, but let me ask you something...
This "notorious man Morgan" that was referenced in the previous quote by Ronayne, is a man named William Morgan. After announcing plans to make a
book exposing secrets of Freemasonry, he mysteriously wound up dead after his decomposed body washed onto the shores of Lake Ontario.
So let me ask you this: You're not only making Freemasonry superior to the religion you profess to believe in, not only does Freemasonry disrespect
your faith, not only does Freemasonry make serious calls to kill people (especially ministers who pray to Christ in your assemblies), but according to
masonic literature I've read (and I've read much of it), Freemasons are to consider Hiram Abiff to be "the greatest man to have ever lived,
possibly greater than Jesus."
Before you come after me, let me tell you one thing: I don't believe in some fantastical Freemasonic world domination conspiracy theory. I don't
believe Freemasons directly worship Satan or some false god (unless they actually do worship Satan or a false god). What I do believe, is what I know,
and that is that everything about Freemasonry just oozes antichristian sentiment out of every crack.
I ask that you please reconsider your membership to Freemasonry. There will come a day when you will stand before God, and your life will be judged.
What will become clear is that you associate and have a brotherhood with the many, many unbelieving members of Freemasonry, and that you (whether
knowingly or unknowingly) yolk yourselves to practices and teachings that not just contradict God's Word, but in many cases insults it.
I post this not out of hate or some kind of anger fueled by conspiracy theories about Freemasons. I'm doing it because I genuinely care for you, and
when I see an obvious contradiction of terms between Christianity and Freemasonry, I am called to say something. John 7:24 calls Christians to "Stop
judging according to outward appearances; rather judge according to righteous judgment." I'm not judging you because you have the outward appearance
of something ungodly, but because, having delved into Freemasonic literature and having learned what I've learned, I absolutely MUST say something.
Not for my own good, but for your own.
That is why God calls for you to leave your lodge, cancel your membership, sell your apron and other masonic items, and instead of finding communion
with other Freemasons who may or may not be your brothers in Christ, to go to church and find communion with your fellow believers, and find communion
with the one and only God.